Surfs Up The Splendid Suluban's Waves in Bali's South Coast
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Here waves can reach to between 3 and 12 feet with the average wave size being 3 to 5 feet, perfect for advanced and professional surfers.
Over the years, the fascinating waves of Suluban Beach have drawn more and more wave chasing junkees to taste its awesome sensation
The Beach is also known by many people as the Blue Point Beach since it is closely associated with the Blue Point Bay Villa located on the top of the cliff which shades Suluban Beach.
The character of waves at Suluban Beach is similar to those at Uluwatu Beach that come in with that great, powerful, long swells and consistent barrels that have always fascinated surfers who came to this point.
As he paddled out to the coming waves, this surfer began his unforgettable encounter with the Suluban’s waves.
That perfect moment when the timing and the wave is just right for that awesome action
Suluban is among renowned surfing beaches along the Bukit Peninsula at the southern end of Bali that include the Uluwatu Beach, Bingin Beach, Padang-padang Beach, Dreamland Beach, Impossible Beach and Balangan Beach.
A vast stretch of blue ocean as far as the eyes can see highlighted with endless rolls of waves storming the shore is truly the perfect setting for the thrilling surfing adventure at Suluban Beach.
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